Publications

Odette Griscti

Nursing, School of Professional Studies
902 563 1920

Cape Breton University, Office A231H
1250 Grand Lake Road
Sydney, Nova Scotia
B1P 6L2

Publications:

  1. Griscti, M.Aston, W.Warner, R. Misener –Martin, D. 2017. Power and Resistance in a Patriarchal System. Journal of Clinical Nursing.26(1-2}: 238-247
  2. Griscti, M.Aston, R. Misener –Martin, D. MacLeod, W.Warner. 2016. The experiences of nurses and chronically ill patients when they negotiate care in acute hospital settings: a feminist post structural perspective. Journal of Clinical Nursing  2016; 25(13-14):2028-39
  3. Ifinedo P., Griscti O, Bailey J., and Profit S.   Nova Scotia Nurses’ Acceptance of Healthcare Information Systems: Focus on Technology Characteristics and Related Factors, Canadian Journal of Nursing Informatics. Volume 11 2016, Volume 11 No 2.
  4. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez  2016. Flaxseed oil supplementation manipulates correlations between serum individual mol % free fatty acids concentrations and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetics. Insulin resistance and percent remaining pancreatic beta cell function are unaffected. Endocrine Regulations 50(4) · October 2016
  5. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, E. Stelmach, ,  J.  Hobson, O. Griscti, A. Rudiuk, D.Muthuthevar. 2012. Flaxseed lignan complex administration in older human type 2 diabetics manages central obesity and prothrombosis – an invitation to further investigation into polypharmacy reduction. Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism. 2012;2012:585170. doi: 10.1155/2012/585170. Epub 2012 Oct 4.
  6. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez  2011. Gender associated differences in diet and anthropometric measures in Cape Breton Caucasians with well-controlled type 2 diabetes. International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism. 19:101-105.
  7. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez 2010. Gender differential in apo E genotypes’ correlative tendency to dyslipidaemia responsiveness upon flaxseed oil administration in adult type 2 diabetic patients not meeting 2008 Canadian Practice Guidelines. International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism .18: 99-113
  8. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez 2010. The roles of apo E genotype, gender and adipokines in blood plasma lipids in Caucasians with well-controlled type 2 diabetes. International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism 18:49-54.
  9. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez 2009. No gender associated differences in LDL oxidation in response to a CuSO4 challenge in a population of Caucasians with well-controlled type 2 diabetes. International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism 17:81-85.
  10. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez 2009. Gender: does it have a role in blood pressure in Caucasians with well controlled type 2 diabetes? International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism 17:41-44.
  11. E. Barre, KA. Mizier-Barre, O. Griscti, K. Hafez. 2008. Gender: does it have a role in bleeding time in Caucasians with well controlled type 2 diabetes? International Journal of Diabetes and Metabolism 16: 113-116.
  12. Barre, DE, Mizier-Barre, KA, Griscti, O, and Hafez, K. 2008.High dose flaxseed oil supplementation may affect fasting blood serum glucose management in human type 2 diabetics. Journal of Oleo Science. 57: 269-273.
  13. Griscti, J. Jacono. 2006. Effectiveness of Continuing Education Programs in Nursing: A literature Review.  Journal of Advanced Nursing 55 (4) 449- 456.
  14. E. Barre, O. Griscti, KA. Mizier-Barre, K. Hafez. 2005. The mechanism by which Flaxseed oil consumption Increases Bleeding Time in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada Journal of Oleo Science.  54: No 12
  15. E. Barre, O. Griscti, KA. Mizier-Barre, K. Hafez. 2005.  Flaxseed oil and Lippoprotein (a) significantly increases bleeding time in type 2 diabetes patients in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Oleo Science.  54: No 6. 347-54.
  16. Griscti , B. Jacono, J. Jacono J. 2005. The Role of the Nurse Educator in Clinical Practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing.50 (1) 84-92